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Police Investigates Death of Two Children in a Broken-Down Vehicle at Alajo in Accra. Read more from

The Ghana Police Service headed by Dr George Akuffo Dampare has released a statement about the death of two kids who died in a broken vehicle in Alajo in the Greater Accra Region. Check out what it says.

The Ghana Police Service is very serious when it comes to investigations into a case. Always these strong men do a diligent work expected of them. The Police make sure that they acquire every information they need for a case to be settled. They are yet to take any action and do some serious allegations about the death of two kids who were found dead in a vehicle. Let's see what happened before and after the kids were found dead.

On 15th October 2021, two kids were found dead in a broken vehicle situated in a mechanic shop. One of the parents of these kids disclosed that her friend living with her in the neighbourhood asked her whether she knows the where of her kid. However, she have not seen him so she answered with no, for a while she also realized that his son also can not be found. This caught the attention of the people living with them and decided to search for their area. This happened after the search.

They search everywhere in the neighbourhood but couldn't find the kids. Sadly for them, they found the kids in a broken car and thought they were asleep, but one man revealed that the kids have died instead of sleep. This brought sadness to the whole people. The bodies were conveyed by the Police to the hospital.

Today the Nima Divisional Police Command has released a statement issuing that though an autopsy is yet to be conducted, they are going to do an investigation into the death of these 3-year-old kids. We are hoping their investigation will bring good results as they always do. Let's have a look at the statement below

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